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Grants List

Grants

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Amir Yacoby Experimental Investigator in Quantum Materials Award (4531)

Harvard University, Department of Physics

To support the development of new experimental approaches for exploring the effects of spin frustration in quantum mater…

Jennifer Hoffman Experimental Investigator in Quantum Materials Award (4536)

Harvard University, Department of Physics

In support of synthesis, imaging, and manipulation of novel types of artificial quantum materials, aimed at creating nov…

Dimitri Basov Experimental Investigator in Quantum Materials Award (4533)

University of California, San Diego Department of Physics

In support of leading-edge research that uses light to modify and ultimately control the properties of strongly correlat…

Margaret Murnane Experimental Investigator in Quantum Materials Award (4538)

University of Colorado at Boulder, Department of Physics

In support of leading-edge research to develop novel soft x-ray sources and methods to study quantum materials with high…

Peter Abbamonte Experimental Investigator in Quantum Materials Award (4542)

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Physics

In support of leading-edge research to develop an electron scattering instrument to study the low-energy bosonic excitat…

Jak Chakhalian Experimental Investigator in Quantum Materials Award (4534)

University of Arkansas, Department of Physics

In support of novel approaches to the synthesis of artificial quantum materials and investigations of novel phenomena aw…

Tony Heinz Experimental Investigator in Quantum Materials Award (4545)

Stanford University, Department of Applied Physics

In support of leading-edge research to discover materials with new functionality by exploiting atomically-thin 2D-materi…

SMART Museum (3340.01)

Tech Museum of Innovation

To complete the creation of a technology-enabled platform for improving visitor experience through data collection and a…

SOCON: Sustained Ocean Color Observations with Nanosatellites (4526)

University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Department of Physics and Physical Oceanography

In support of developing inexpensive nanosatellites that will allow for sustained, high spatial and temporal resolution …